Mango Skunk: Fast-Flowering Hybrid
Mango Skunk is a balanced hybrid that is extremely flavourful and very easy to maintain. The lineage of Mango Skunk is no average one, with Mango on one side and a crossbreed of Skunk Special and Jock Horror on the other. Jock Horror, in particular, brings notes of Northern Lights to the mix and helps to keep the flowering time short.
The THC content is medium-high, with plants producing between 15 and 19% of the cannabinoid. This gives Mango Skunk a great lift, but doesn’t send consumers into outer space—a great mellow cultivar.
Aroma, Flavour, and Effects of Mango Skunk: Cinnamon Notes for a Warm, Fuzzy Effect
Mango Skunk is a classic “delicious” strain—one of those cannabis plants that will keep you coming back for more, whether you are growing it for yourself or you find it in a dispensary. Characteristic tropical notes, hence the “mango” in the name, are to be expected given the parent strain involved in the breeding, but it’s the cinnamon, Haze-like undertones that are a real surprise. They linger on your tongue and are best experienced in a vaporizer.
The medium levels of THC are ideal for a day smoke, especially if you are looking to feel uplifted. The high is very clear and heady, so it’s perfect for social occasions or daytime activities, like a hike or a walk at the park.
Growing Mango Skunk: Smooth Sailing With This Plant
Mango Skunk is very easy to cultivate, and can be grown in all sorts of environments; hydroponics, soil, greenhouse—you name it. The medium size makes it perfect for smaller spaces, and with some training (like SOG), you can really push the yields to the next level. Speaking of yields, you can expect 450–550g/m² indoors in less than 8–9 weeks of flowering, and around 450g/plant outdoors come mid-October.
Grow your own Mango Skunk
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- Flowering type
- Flowering time
- 9-11 weeks
- Yield (indoor)
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Lineage of Mango SkunkFold Unfold
- Jock Horror
- Skunk Special